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Among this week's top Twitter contributors with Hudson Valley connections are the narrator and stars of "Arrested Development," proving once again there's always money in the banana stand.
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Now that the "Arrested Development" trailer has gone viral, it's the "Final Countdown" for the fourth and final season, whose 15 episodes will be released via Netflix on May 26.
Newsday Westchester breaks it down to offer three ways you can gear up for the release.
1. Celebrate your weird family. Like Rye native Jason Bateman's character, are you the one seemingly...Read more »
In this special edition of the Hudson Valley Tweets of the Week, local celebrities ranging from Howard Stern to Joan Rivers were among those to take to Twitter to honor heralded film critic Roger Ebert, who died Thursday at age 70.
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Ron Howard will be among the broadcasting legends honored tonight by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences at a Los Angeles gala.
The Academy Award-winning director, who turned 59 March 1, kicked off his showbiz career in 1960, when he played young Opie Taylor on CBS' "The Andy Griffith Show." Although many child stars can struggle to find their way on and off the screen as...Read more »
“Arrested Development” fans, rejoice! Ben Stiller will be appear on one episode of the revived cult comedy. According to Entertainment Weekly, the Chappaqua resident will be reprising his role as magician Tony Wonder, the nemesis of GOB Bluth (Will Arnett).
Stiller is just the latest high-profile star with Hudson Valley ties who will appear on the series. Liza Minnelli, a former Scarsdale...Read more »
Hudson Valley movie stars are making news this week, and here's a roundup of what they are working on at the moment.
Al Pacino, a Palisades resident, will play former Penn State coach Joe Paterno in a film tentatively titled “Happy Family.” Based on Joe Posnanski's best-seller, "Paterno," Brian De Palma signed on to direct.
"'Happy Valley' reunites the 'Scarface' and 'Carlito's...Read more »